Joseph de Lacey
Joseph is a solicitor in the litigation department at Harcus Sinclair. He acts for both high net worth individuals and companies in relation to a broad range of commercial disputes. In particular, Joseph has acted in relation to a multi-million pound property dispute, an alleged mis-selling of a complex financial product, a number of disputes in relation to shareholder agreements, and a variety of employment claims.
Joseph also has experience acting for third-party commercial litigation funders in relation to non-party costs orders and is currently acting in relation to a number of contentious trust disputes.
Recent reported cases:
Davidson and another v Seelig and others  EWHC 459 (Ch)
Joseph trained and qualified as a solicitor in the commercial litigation department at a City law firm before joining Harcus Sinclair in June 2015.
Joseph gained a Masters in History from Newcastle University (with a focus on the economics of slave emancipation in the West Indies) before completing his professional legal studies at BPP in London.
Joseph is a keen amateur jazz and blues pianist and in his spare time enjoys five-a-side football, travelling and scuba diving.